Teaching methods are no longer limited to classroom activities. Learning now incorporates more technology than ever before. The rapid and steady growth of edutech is assisting in the development of new teaching methodologies. These methodologies use innovative teaching-learning methods to focus on the holistic development of the learners. The use of animation in education benefits both educators and students in numerous ways. It not only facilitates learning but also allows educators to use a variety of teaching methods. They can quickly locate an animated video about a topic and show it to the students for better comprehension. Various teaching methodologies use innovative teaching-learning methods to focus on the holistic development of learners. Another such advancement is the use of animation in education.
When images, drawings, or pictures are placed and played in a specific order, they create the illusion of movement. With new educational trends, the use of animation in education is becoming more popular. Its ability to facilitate the learning of complex concepts contributes to its popularity among educators and learners. Animation brings learning to life and can be used in almost any subject. As a result, educators can now use visual representations to explain various concepts. It is also a fun learning approach that encourages experiential learning.
With the vision of enhancing professional skills of the teacher, CIET-NCERT is organizing a five-day online training on “Animation as Digital Resource for Teaching and Learning” from 26-30 December 2022 from 4.00 pm - 5.00 pm to enhance the understanding of teachers, students, teacher educators, and various stakeholders on creating and developing animations, their types, availability of the resources, in order to enrich the classroom experiences.
|Day & Date||Title of the sessions||Resource Persons||Banner||Video Link|
|Animation in Teaching-Learning Process: Policy Perspective, Concept and Scope||
Dr. Rejaul Karim Barbhuiya,
Assistant Professor, CIET- NCERT
|Creating Stop Motion Animation||
Mr. S. Simon Peeter Paul,
PST Coordinator, Samagra Shiksha, Puducherry
|Creating Comic Strip using Pixton||
Ms. Pratima Singh,
Head Teacher, Primary School Dhusah L, Balrampur, Uttar Pradesh
|Creating Animation using Krita||
Mr. Santosh Kumar Bisen,
PGT (Biology), Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Kabirdham, Chhattisgarh
|Creating Animation using Wick Editor||
Secondary grade teacher, PUMS Parappatti, Salem,Tamil Nadu
Step 1: Registration : Register yourself by clicking the linkhttps://forms.gle/dzmS1frGwptL9zAJ8
Step 2: Watch live Panel Discussion: Participants have to attend Panel discussion, which will be live-streamed on NCERT Official YouTube channel -http://youtube.com/ncertofficial from 26-30 December 2022 at 4:00- 5:00 pm (Monday to Friday). The session will also be telecasted live on the following channels-
If you have missed the live Sessions, you can watch the recording at the given link - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcsj1x9n9h4j6f4g3FfRW94uISukw_0bF
Step: 3 Participation in Post-Session Activity and Certification: Participate in the post session quiz, score 70% & above to get a certificate.
Post-Session Quiz Link- https://forms.gle/SMDxZBy55KD1vMns7
Opening Date: 30 December 2022, 6:00 pm
Closing Date: 20 January, 6:00 pm
Participants are allowed to attempt the quiz only once and those scoring 70% and above in the quiz will receive a certificate of participation in their registered mail ID within 30 days of taking the post session quiz (Check in SPAM Mail if not found in the Inbox).
Step 4: Submit Your Feedback: Submit your feedback using the link - https://forms.gle/GAaMRU4WGuF7AEfm9
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